Likes

  • Plenty to love, if you want those big, hefty SUV vibes.
  • Great driving experience.
  • There’s a Grand Cherokee to suit nearly every budget (just be careful of the really cheap ones).

Dislikes

  • Jeep don’t have a great track record for after sales service.
  • Jeep don’t have a great track record with reliability, either.
  • High chance of things going ‘bang’.

Stuff you should know

For over a decade the due-for-retirement WK Grand Cherokee pulled its weight in changing Aussie perception that Jeeps were antiquated, unreliable and old hat. Here was an SUV range offering big comfort, lots of room, with solid capabilities worthy of a proper Jeep and a lot of kit and goodies for less money than the European family haulers it would inevitably be compared with. I drew critical praise and won over a lot of fans in the ownership experience.

This fourth-generation Grand Cherokee was different kind of Jeep and felt as much in the experience. The secret sauce was that it was twinned off a platform shared with the Mercedes- Benz ML-Class, with quality core DNA and riding on fully independent suspension. This generation would spawn buck-banging V6 rear-drive petrols, all-purpose diesel versions and some thumping high-performance wagons such as the thunderous, supercharged SRT Trackhawk.

The WK first lobbed in 2011 in no fewer than ten guises, from the cheapy 3.6L petrol V6 Laredo ($45k) to high-spec Limited in six ($55k) and 5.7-litre V8 ($60k) power, to the flagship Overland ($70k) as well as a number of 3.0L turbodiesel variants at all variant tiers. All were five-speed autos with constant all-wheel drive. The first proper muscle version, the SRT8, lobbed in 2012, powered by a 344kW/624Nm 6.4L naturally aspirated V8, its stunning sub-five-second 0-100km/h matched with extraordinary 14.1L/100km claimed thirst that was worse in practice. But for its $76k ask there was nothing else on sale quite like it. Not that regular guises lacked poke. Outputs are 259kW/590Nm for the 5.7 petrol and 177kW/550Nm for the 3.0 diesel. In late 2012, some variants migrated to six-speed autos. The Overland’s Quadra-trak II four-wheel drive also proved quite capable across a variety of terrains and off-road chops remained a Grand Cherokee hallmark, though serious 4×4 punters could option eLSD-functional Quadra-Drive II on some examples. The Quadra-Lift air suspension package could even be optioned (for $2500) on the base Laredo.

The Trailhawk badge arrived for MY13, essentially a more off-road oriented diesel spin, at $68k and featuring similar features to the Limited long considered the sweet spot in the range. For MY14, eight-speed autos became he staple transmission choice and the Laredo could now be had as a buck-banging rear-driver for $45k driveaway. Around here, the diesel choice upped outputs to 184kW and 570Nm, which is rated for 3500kg of braked towing. Sporadic special editions, such as the Summit ($75k), Blackhawk ($50k-$55k) and SRT8 Alpine ($82k) expanded what had become a dizzying choice of variations offered throughout the WK’s lifecycle. MY18 brought a mild revision to front end styling, new wheels and measures to make the breed quieter in cabin, though the wider range continued to mix familiar badge tiers and powertrains, though features did get pusher as the lifecycle drew on. Then the SRT Trackhawk arrived, oh so quickly…

With a ludicrous 522kW and 868Nm of 6.2-litres of supercharged V8 stonk, the SRT Trackhawk’s wild 3.7sec 0-100km/h prowess made it one of the quickest vehicles on sale in Oz when it lobbed in 2017 for MY18. And at $135k-$140k, it remained the pinnacle of the breed, for sheer excess, through to 2021.

The WK survives in its final days – as a slimmed-down three-variant range – in Jeep showrooms alongside a new, fifth-generation ‘WL’ Grand Cherokee L seven-seater, to be finally phased out when five-seat versions of the newbie arrives later this year.

What goes wrong

  • There are a few reports that some fuel fillers are either incredibly sensitive to the Grand Cherokees inlet design and just constantly want to shut off, or the complete opposite happens and they can overflow. This is as much an issue with the actual fuel fillers as it is the Jeep, but bloody annoying either way.
  • Oh also, the actual fuel door can apparently break off really easily.
  • There are loads of reports that really anything electronic can glitch out or fail. Make sure you check that all the windows work, the power mirrors work, that the powered tailgate works, that the sunroof works, check all the lights, if it has electricity running to it, does it work.
  • Also, if the Grand Cherokee you’re looking at is fitted with any aftermarket gear, is it high quality stuff, has it been fitted professionally and does it all work?
  • There are some reports of rust and corrosion forming but mainly around coastal areas or in cold climates when roads are covered in salt.
  • There are more and more stories of the seal around the windscreen wearing out and then leaking.
  • Inside, there are loads of reports that leather interiors are not ageing at all well. Leather dashboards are commonly known to crack, peel, wrinkle or fade and especially if not garaged regularly.
  • The U-Connect infotainment screen can glitch out or go blank, sometimes showing different colours like blue or green and it can happen when reversing so the camera is pointless.
  • The “keyless go” system can fail, this is usually due to a faulty receiver antenna that needs replacing.
  • There are many reports of air conditioning problems, specifically the air condenser just failing after a certain amount of time. Fixing this in some circumstances can require the entire dashboard coming out of the car and that will be very expensive.
  • Certain speakers have been known to fail which need replacing, in some instances it’s been the same speaker more than once. Speakers fitted in the door liner can apparently get quite rattly too.
  • And again like the exterior, there are seemingly endless reports of a vast array of electronic gremlins occurring, some just annoying but others being downright terrifying.
  • The 3.0 V6 Turbo diesel by the Italian manufacturer VM motori, has an interesting reputation. There are 2 distinct camps here the ones that have towed a caravan all around the country and never had a problem, and the other whose definition of an off-road vehicle has meant their vehicle has been off the road in a workshop for months on end.
  • But if you stick to the facts and look at the statistics, there’s a good reason they’re at the lower
  • There are a few reports that some fuel fillers are either incredibly sensitive to the Grand Cherokees inlet design and just constantly want to shut off, or the complete opposite happens and they can overflow. This is as much an issue with the actual fuel fillers as it is the Jeep, but bloody annoying either way.
  • Oh also, the actual fuel door can apparently break off really easily.
  • There are loads of reports that really anything electronic can glitch out or fail. Make sure you check that all the windows work, the power mirrors work, that the powered tailgate works, that the sunroof works, check all the lights, if it has electricity running to it, does it work.
  • Also, if the Grand Cherokee you’re looking at is fitted with any aftermarket gear, is it high quality stuff, has it been fitted professionally and does it all work?
  • There are some reports of rust and corrosion forming but mainly around coastal areas or in cold climates when roads are covered in salt.
  • There are more and more stories of the seal around the windscreen wearing out and then leaking.
  • Inside, there are loads of reports that leather interiors are not ageing at all well. Leather dashboards are commonly known to crack, peel, wrinkle or fade and especially if not garaged regularly.
  • The U-Connect infotainment screen can glitch out or go blank, sometimes showing different colours like blue or green and it can happen when reversing so the camera is pointless.
  • The “keyless go” system can fail, this is usually due to a faulty receiver antenna that needs replacing.
  • There are many reports of air conditioning problems, specifically the air condenser just failing after a certain amount of time. Fixing this in some circumstances can require the entire dashboard coming out of the car and that will be very expensive.
  • Certain speakers have been known to fail which need replacing, in some instances it’s been the same speaker more than once. Speakers fitted in the door liner can apparently get quite rattly too.
  • And again like the exterior, there are seemingly endless reports of a vast array of electronic gremlins occurring, some just annoying but others being downright terrifying.
  • The 3.0 V6 Turbo diesel by the Italian manufacturer VM motori, has an interesting reputation. There are 2 distinct camps here the ones that have towed a caravan all around the country and never had a problem, and the other whose definition of an off-road vehicle has meant their vehicle has been off the road in a workshop for months on end.
  • But if you stick to the facts and look at the statistics, there’s a good reason they’re at the lower end of the reliability ranks. Some of the less serious problems they have are the usual EGR and DPF complications that all modern diesels have. A slightly more serious problem though is engine oil cooler failure where the engine oil and coolant get cross contaminated. Which isn’t good for engines or cooling systems.
  • There’s also occasions where the oil pump and bypass valves have failed causing loss of oil pressure and subsequent engine failure.
  • Reports of catastrophic engine failures from camshaft gears slipping on the camshafts. It’s not uncommon in modern engines to have this style of tapered press fit instead of a key. And there’s no preventative maintenance you can do to avoid this problem occurring. It’s just unlucky if it happens.
  • Aside from the long list of potential engine problems, there are transmission complications and plenty of software glitches and electrical gremlins. If you absolutely have to have one (because of the advertised towing capacity or for any other reason) or you already have one, I just really hope you’re one of the lucky ones that tows your caravan all around the country and never has a problem.
  • No start due to brake pedal position switch fault
  • Service interval reminder glitch
  • Weird rattling sound under car when idling from SCR (selective catalyst reduction) system where the heat shields rubs on the supply pipe.
  • There are a few reports that some fuel fillers are either incredibly sensitive to the Grand Cherokees inlet design and just constantly want to shut off, or the complete opposite happens and they can overflow. This is as much an issue with the actual fuel fillers as it is the Jeep, but bloody annoying either way.
  • Oh also, the actual fuel door can apparently break off really easily.
  • There are loads of reports that really anything electronic can glitch out or fail. Make sure you check that all the windows work, the power mirrors work, that the powered tailgate works, that the sunroof works, check all the lights, if it has electricity running to it, does it work.
  • Also, if the Grand Cherokee you’re looking at is fitted with any aftermarket gear, is it high quality stuff, has it been fitted professionally and does it all work?
  • There are some reports of rust and corrosion forming but mainly around coastal areas or in cold climates when roads are covered in salt.
  • There are more and more stories of the seal around the windscreen wearing out and then leaking.
  • Inside, there are loads of reports that leather interiors are not ageing at all well. Leather dashboards are commonly known to crack, peel, wrinkle or fade and especially if not garaged regularly.
  • The U-Connect infotainment screen can glitch out or go blank, sometimes showing different colours like blue or green and it can happen when reversing so the camera is pointless.
  • The “keyless go” system can fail, this is usually due to a faulty receiver antenna that needs replacing.
  • There are many reports of air conditioning problems, specifically the air condenser just failing after a certain amount of time. Fixing this in some circumstances can require the entire dashboard coming out of the car and that will be very expensive.
  • Certain speakers have been known to fail which need replacing, in some instances it’s been the same speaker more than once. Speakers fitted in the door liner can apparently get quite rattly too.
  • And again like the exterior, there are seemingly endless reports of a vast array of electronic gremlins occurring, some just annoying but others being downright terrifying.
  • The 3.0 V6 Turbo diesel by the Italian manufacturer VM motori, has an interesting reputation. There are 2 distinct camps here the ones that have towed a caravan all around the country and never had a problem, and the other whose definition of an off-road vehicle has meant their vehicle has been off the road in a workshop for months on end.
  • But if you stick to the facts and look at the statistics, there’s a good reason they’re at the lower end of the reliability ranks. Some of the less serious problems they have are the usual EGR and DPF complications that all modern diesels have. A slightly more serious problem though is engine oil cooler failure where the engine oil and coolant get cross contaminated. Which isn’t good for engines or cooling systems.
  • There’s also occasions where the oil pump and bypass valves have failed causing loss of oil pressure and subsequent engine failure.
  • Reports of catastrophic engine failures from camshaft gears slipping on the camshafts. It’s not uncommon in modern engines to have this style of tapered press fit instead of a key. And there’s no preventative maintenance you can do to avoid this problem occurring. It’s just unlucky if it happens.
  • Aside from the long list of potential engine problems, there are transmission complications and plenty of software glitches and electrical gremlins. If you absolutely have to have one (because of the advertised towing capacity or for any other reason) or you already have one, I just really hope you’re one of the lucky ones that tows your caravan all around the country and never has a problem.
  • No start due to brake pedal position switch fault
  • Service interval reminder glitch
  • Weird rattling sound under car when idling from SCR (selective catalyst reduction) system where the heat shields rubs on the supply pipe.

Should you buy it?

Well you know what, for all of the Jeep horror stories and for as much criticism as the Grand Cherokee receives, there are these almost unicorn examples out there and owners that genuinely have never had an issue, but.

Buying a Grand Cherokee comes with an enormous warning, you absolutely must make sure any Grand Cherokee you’re looking at has a full and thorough service history, has had every factory recall taken care of and it is imperative to have it thoroughly checked over for a pre-purchase inspection before you buy.

Even then, stick with the best condition, lowest possible kilometre and most recent examples that you can afford. and we’d be opting for the petrol engines over the diesels as the money you save in fuel cost may get eaten up in repairs and maintenance.

The problem with the Grand Cherokee is that it seems that no two examples are ever the same, buying one is genuinely a gamble.

Should you buy one? Look, I personally wouldn’t because I’m not a gambling man and these just don’t grab me enough to warrant the levels of stress I’d feel waiting for something to go bang,

But like my mate that bought this one, if you love the Grand Cherokee and you’ve found an incredibly well cared for example like this one, I get it, ok buy it but you’ve been warned.

Well you know what, for all of the Jeep horror stories and for as much criticism as the Grand Cherokee receives, there are these almost unicorn examples out there and owners that genuinely have never had an issue, but.

Buying a Grand Cherokee comes with an enormous warning, you absolutely must make sure any Grand Cherokee you’re looking at has a full and thorough service history, has had every factory recall taken care of and it is imperative to have it thoroughly checked over for a pre-purchase inspection before you buy.

Even then, stick with the best condition, lowest possible kilometre and most recent examples that you can afford. and we’d be opting for the petrol engines over the diesels as the money you save in fuel cost may get eaten up in repairs and maintenance.

The problem with the Grand Cherokee is that it seems that no two examples are ever the same, buying one is genuinely a gamble.

Should you buy one? Look, I personally wouldn’t because I’m not a gambling man and these just don’t grab me enough to warrant the levels of stress I’d feel waiting for something to go bang,

But like my mate that bought this one, if you love the Grand Cherokee and you’ve found an incredibly well cared for example like this one, I get it, ok buy it but you’ve been warned.

Should you buy it?

Well you know what, for all of the Jeep horror stories and for as much criticism as the Grand Cherokee receives, there are these almost unicorn examples out there and owners that genuinely have never had an issue, but.

Buying a Grand Cherokee comes with an enormous warning, you absolutely must make sure any Grand Cherokee you’re looking at has a full and thorough service history, has had every factory recall taken care of and it is imperative to have it thoroughly checked over for a pre-purchase inspection before you buy.

Even then, stick with the best condition, lowest possible kilometre and most recent examples that you can afford. and we’d be opting for the petrol engines over the diesels as the money you save in fuel cost may get eaten up in repairs and maintenance.

The problem with the Grand Cherokee is that it seems that no two examples are ever the same, buying one is genuinely a gamble.

Should you buy one? Look, I personally wouldn’t because I’m not a gambling man and these just don’t grab me enough to warrant the levels of stress I’d feel waiting for something to go bang,

But like my mate that bought this one, if you love the Grand Cherokee and you’ve found an incredibly well cared for example like this one, I get it, ok buy it but you’ve been warned.

Need help with finance?

What is the car's build year?

2020

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Models, pricing & features

Jeep Grand Cherokee-1

Laredo

Price when new: $43,000 - $47,500

Price used: $10,700 - $39,500

Equipment

  • 12V Socket(s) – Auxiliary
  • 18″ Alloy Wheels
  • 6 Speaker Stereo
  • ABS (Antilock Brakes)
  • Adjustable Steering Col. – Tilt & Reach
  • Air Cond. – Climate Control 2 Zone
  • Air Conditioning – Rear
  • Air Conditioning – Sensor for Solar/Sun
  • Airbag – Driver
  • Airbag – Knee Driver
  • Airbag – Passenger
  • Airbags – Head for 1st Row Seats (Front)
  • Airbags – Head for 2nd Row Seats
  • Airbags – Side for 1st Row Occupants (Front)
  • Alarm with Motion Sensor
  • Audio – Aux Input Socket (MP3/CD/Cassette)
  • Audio – Aux Input USB Socket
  • Audio – MP3 Decoder
  • Bluetooth System
  • Body Colour – Bumpers
  • Body Colour – Exterior Mirrors Partial
  • Body Side Mouldings
  • Brake Assist
  • CD Player
  • Calipers – Front 2 Spot
  • Camera – Rear Vision
  • Cargo Cover
  • Central Locking – Key Proximity
  • Central Locking – Remote/Keyless
  • Chrome Door Handles – Interior
  • Chrome Finish Gear Shift Gate
  • Chrome Grille
  • Control – Active Yaw
  • Control – Electronic Stability
  • Control – Hill Ascent
  • Control – Hill Descent
  • Control – Rollover Stability
  • Control – Traction
  • Control – Trailer Sway
  • Courtesy Lamps – in Doors Front
  • Courtesy Lamps – in Doors Rear
  • Cruise Control
  • Cup Holders – 1st Row
  • Cup Holders – 2nd Row
  • DVD Player
  • Daytime Running Lamps
  • Disc Brakes Front Ventilated
  • Disc Brakes Rear Ventilated
  • Drive By Wire (Electronic Throttle Control)
  • EBD (Electronic Brake Force Distribution)
  • Electric Seats – 1st Row (Front)
  • Engine Immobiliser
  • Fog Lamp/s – Rear
  • Fog Lamps – Front
  • Headlamp – Auto Dipping
  • Headlamps – Bi-Xenon (for low & high beam)
  • Headlamps – Electric Level Adjustment
  • Headlamps – High Intensity Discharge
  • Headlamps Automatic (light sensitive)
  • Headrests – Active 1st Row (Front)
  • Headrests – Adjustable 2nd Row x3
  • Heated Seats – 1st Row
  • Hill Holder
  • Illuminated Vanity Mirror for Front Passenger
  • Inbuilt Harddisk Drive
  • Intermittent Wipers – Variable
  • Leather Steering Wheel
  • Map/Reading Lamps – for 1st Row
  • Map/Reading Lamps – for 2nd Row
  • Multi-function Control Screen – Colour
  • Multi-function Steering Wheel
  • Over-head Centre Console – Front
  • Parking Assist – Graphical Display
  • Power Door Mirrors – Folding
  • Power Door Mirrors – Heated
  • Power Steering
  • Power Windows – Front & Rear
  • Rain Sensor (Auto wipers)
  • Rear View Mirror – Electric Anti Glare
  • Rear Wiper/Washer
  • Remote Boot/Hatch Release
  • Roof Console – Front Multi-function
  • Roof Rails
  • Seat – Driver with Electric Lumbar
  • Seat – Passenger with Electric Lumbar
  • Seatbelt – Adjustable Height 1st Row
  • Seatbelt – Load Limiter Rear Centre
  • Seatbelt – Load Limiters 1st Row (Front)
  • Seatbelt – Load Limiters 2nd Row(Rear Outer seats)
  • Seatbelt – Pretensioners 1st Row (Front)
  • Seatbelts – Lap/Sash for 5 seats
  • Seats – 2nd Row Split Fold
  • Spare Wheel – Full Size Alloy Wheel
  • Speed Dependant Wipers
  • Starter Button
  • Sunvisor – Illuminated Vanity Mirror for Driver
  • Tacho
  • Tailgate with Opening Window
  • Trim – Cloth
  • Trip Computer
  • Tyre Pressure Sensor
  • Voice Recognition

MY12 update

  • Alarm
  • Cargo Tie Down Hooks/Rings
  • Floor Mats
  • Front Stabiliser
  • Independent Front Suspension
  • Independent Rear Suspension
  • Power Steering – Electro-Hydraulic
  • Remote Fuel Lid Release
  • Spare Wheel – Full Size Steel
  • Storage Compartment – Centre Console 1st Row
  • Sunglass Holder

MY14 update

  • Armrest – Front Centre (Shared)
  • Digital Instrument Display – Partial
  • Headlamp – High Beam Auto Dipping
  • Headlamp Washers
  • Inbuilt Flash Drive
  • Keyless Start:- Key/FOB Proximity related
  • Memory Card Reader
  • Tail Lamps – LED

MY15 update

  • Compass
  • Laminated Side Windows

MY17 update

  • Chrome Grille Surround
  • Chrome Window Surrounds – Exterior
  • Fog Lamps – Front LED
  • Illuminated – Entry/Exit with Fade
  • Spoiler – Rear Roof Mounted

MY18 update

  • Smart Device App Display/Control
  • Smart Device Integration – Android Auto
  • Smart Device Integration – Apple CarPlay

MY19 update

  • Spare Wheel – Steel Rim Only

Limited

Price when new: $55,000 - $63,950

Price used: $12,800 - $52,800

Adds

  • 20″ Alloy Wheels
  • 9 Speaker Stereo
  • Adjustable Steering Column – Power & Memory
  • Chrome Ringed Instruments
  • Digital Sound Processing
  • Electric Seat – Drivers with Memory
  • Heated Seats – 2nd Row
  • Leather Seats
  • Metallic Finish Interior Inserts
  • Power Door Mirrors – Anti Glare
  • Power Door Mirrors – with Memory
  • Premium Sound System
  • Rear Windows – Extra Dark/Privacy
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring – with logging/display
  • Woodgrain – Inserts

MY14 update

  • Adjustable Steering Column – Power
  • Memory Pack – Driver (most vehicle electrics)
  • Metallic Finish Door Handles – Exterior

Overland

Price when new: $65,000 - $80,000

Price used: $16,200 - $68,000

Adds

  • Blind Spot Sensor
  • Cruise Control – Distance Control
  • GPS (Satellite Navigation)
  • Leather Seats – Nappa
  • Limited Slip Diff
  • Navigation System – DVD Video
  • Power – Boot/Tailgate
  • Seat – Ventilated Drivers Side
  • Seat – Ventilated Passenger Side
  • Steering Wheel – Heated
  • Sunroof – Electric Dual/ Twin
  • Suspension – Air
  • Wood/Leather Steering Wheel

MY12 update

  • Chrome Door Handles – Exterior
  • Chrome Exhaust Tip(s)
  • Control – Park Distance Front
  • Control – Park Distance Rear
  • Exhaust System – Dual
  • Metallic Finish Centre Stack/ HVAC
  • Metallic Finish Gear Shift Gate
  • Sports Exhaust
  • Subwoofer
  • Suspension – Auto Levelling

MY14 update

  • Collision Warning – Forward
  • Differential Rear:- Active/Electronic
  • Illuminated (puddle lamps) Door Mirrors
  • Leather Trimmed – Centre Console
  • Leather Trimmed – Door sills
  • Leather Trimmed – Instrument Pod Cover

MY17 update

  • Collision Mitigation – Forward (High speed)
  • Collision Mitigation – Forward (Low speed)
  • Footwell Lamps – Rear
  • Lane Departure – with Passive Steer Assist
  • Lane Departure Warning
  • Leather Trimmed – (Whole) Dash Cover
  • Parking Assistance – Automated Steering
  • Sunroof – Electric
  • Warning – Rear Cross Traffic (when reversing)

Limited 70th Anniversary

Price when new: $58,500

Price used: $15,100 - $17,700

Adds

  • Chrome Interior highlights
  • Decals
  • Mesh Grille
  • Metallic Finish Air Vents (interior)
  • Metallic Finish Centre Console
  • Metallic Finish Door Handles – Interior
  • Polished Wheels

Jet

Price when new: $46,500

Price used: $13,600 - $15,800

Adds

  • Gloss Finish – Bumper Inserts
  • Gloss Finish Inserts
  • Headlamps – Blacked Out Surrounds
  • Painted – Wheels

SRT-8

Price when new: $76,000

Price used: $31,500 - $36,300

Adds

  • Body Colour – Grille
  • Bonnet Scoop(s)
  • Calipers – Front 6 Spot
  • Calipers – Rear 4 Spot
  • Control – Electronic Damper
  • Daytime Running Lamps – LED
  • Gear Shift Paddles behind Steering Wheel
  • Leather Seats – Partial
  • Mesh Grille – Lower Bumper
  • Paint – Metallic
  • Spare Wheel – Space Saver/Temporary
  • Suspension – Sports
  • Tyres – Runflat

Trailhawk

Price when new: $68,000 - $75,950

Price used: $20,200 - $70,800

Adds

  • Decals – Stripes on body
  • Leather Seats – Embossed
  • Metallic Finish Door Mirrors
  • Rock Rails
  • Skid Plate – Front
  • Skid Plate – Middle (Transmission case)
  • Skid Plate – Rear
  • Suspension – Air Electronic
  • Towing – Latch/Hook Front

MY17 update

  • Coloured Door Mirrors
  • Decals – Bonnet
  • Guard – Sump
  • Suede Look – Interior Inserts

MY21 update

  • Cruise Control – low speed Offroad (Brake & Accel)

SRT-8 Alpine

Price when new: $81,900

Price used: $34,800 - $39,100

Adds

  • 19 Speaker Stereo
  • Amplifier – 1 Separate
  • Chrome Wheels

SRT-8 Vapor

Price when new: $81,900

Price used: $34,800 - $39,100

Summit

Price when new: $75,000 - $85,950

Price used: $28,200 - $73,100

Adds

  • Chrome Exterior Highlights
  • Flares Body Coloured
  • Headlining Trimmed

MY15 update

  • Active Noise Cancellation
  • Cargo Mat
  • Laminated Windscreen
  • Scuff Plates – Embossed or personalised

MY20 update

  • Painted Roof

SRT

Price when new: $77,000 - $95,950

Price used: $40,000 - $104,200

Adds

  • Grille – Black
  • Headlamps – Active (Cornering/steering)
  • Launch Control
  • Performance Brakes

MY16 update

  • Collision Mitigation – Reversing

MY17 update

  • Engine – Cylinder Shutdown (Fuel Economy)
  • Leather Inserts in doors
  • Vented – Bonnet

MY19 update

  • Floor Mats – Custom

Blackhawk

Price when new: $50,000 - $56,500

Price used: $18,800 - $44,200

Adds

  • Body Colour – Fittings
  • Body Colour – Grille Surround
  • Metallic Finish Grille Surround
  • Tail Lamps – Coloured

MY15 update

  • Seats – Perforated

MY17 update

  • Body Side Mouldings – Colour Coded
  • Suede Look – Seats Partial
  • Tail Lamps – Blacked Out Surrounds

MY18 update

  • Hi – Low speed transfer case
  • Metallic Finish Window Surrounds – Exterior

75th Anniversary

Price when new: $64,500

Price used: $32,800 - $36,300

Adds

  • Engine – Stop Start System (When at idle)
  • Gloss Finish Window Surrounds – Exterior
  • Metallic Finish Front Grille
  • Power Steering – Electric Assist
  • Power Steering – Electric Assist – User Selectable
  • Seats – Embossed

SRT Night Edition

Price when new: $97,000

Price used: $61,300 - $67,100

Adds

  • Calipers – Painted Front
  • Calipers – Painted Rear
  • Leather – Armrest Front
  • Metallic Finish Instrument Surrounds

Trackhawk

Price when new: $134,900 - $139,950

Price used: $99,500 - $149,900

Adds

  • Carbon Fibre – Interior Inserts
  • Disc Brakes Front Vented Drilled/Grooved
  • Disc Brakes Rear Vented Drilled/Grooved
  • Driving Mode – Selectable
  • Steering Wheel – Sports
  • Suspension – Active Ride (leans into corners)

MY20 update

  • Glass Roof
  • Scuff Plates (on door sills)
  • Seatbelts – Coloured

25th Anniversary

Price when new: $67,250

Price used: $46,300 - $50,600

Adds

  • Chrome Fog Lamp Bezels/surrounds
  • Chrome Taillamp Bezels
  • Lane Keeping – Active Assist
  • Leather Seats – Perforated

S-Limited

Price when new: $71,450 - $72,950

Price used: $54,900 - $69,000

Adds

  • Tail Lamps – Tinted

S-Overland

Price when new: $82,950

Price used: $64,700 - $77,200

Adds

  • Pedals – Sports

Night Eagle

Price when new: $58,450 - $59,950

Price used: $46,100 - $54,300

Adds

  • Matt Black – Exterior Highlights

Upland

Price when new: $61,450

Price used: $50,900 - $55,400

80th Anniversary

Price when new: $66,941

Price used: $59,500 - $64,400

Adds

  • Interior – Badging/ Logo

Tech specs

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 3.6 litre, 6-cylinder petrol, 210kW / 347Nm (Laredo 2010 – 2016, Limited 2010 – 2016, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, Jet 2012, Overland 2012 – 2016, Blackhawk 2014 – 2016)
  • 5.7 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 259kW / 520Nm (Limited 2010 – 2015, Overland 2010 – 2015, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, S-Limited 2018 – 2021)
  • 3.0 litre, 6-cylinder turbo diesel, 177kW / 550Nm (Laredo 2011 – 2013, Limited 2011 – 2013, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, Overland 2011 – 2013, Trailhawk 2012 – 2013)
  • 6.4 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 344kW / 624Nm (SRT-8 2012 – 2013, SRT-8 Alpine 2012 – 2013, SRT-8 Vapor 2012 – 2013, SRT 2013 – 2021, SRT Night Edition 2016)
  • 3.0 litre, 6-cylinder turbo diesel, 184kW / 570Nm (Laredo 2013 – 2019, Limited 2013 – 2019, Overland 2013 – 2020, Summit 2013 – 2020, Blackhawk 2014 – 2018, 75th Anniversary 2016, Trailhawk 2016 – 2021, S-Overland 2018 – 2021, Upland 2019, Night Eagle 2019 – 2021, S-Limited 2019 – 2021)
  • 3.6 litre, 6-cylinder petrol, 213kW / 347Nm (75th Anniversary 2016, Laredo 2016 – 2019, Limited 2016 – 2020, Blackhawk 2017 – 2018, 25th Anniversary 2018, Night Eagle 2019 – 2021, 80th Anniversary 2021)
  • 6.2 litre, 8-cylinder supercharged petrol, 522kW / 868Nm (Trackhawk 2017 – 2021)

Transmission

  • 5-speed Sports Automatic (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Limited 70th Anniversary, Jet, SRT-8, Trailhawk, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor)
  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (Overland, Limited)
  • 8-speed Sports Automatic (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit, SRT, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, SRT

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 3.6 litre, 6-cylinder petrol, 210kW / 347Nm (Laredo 2010 – 2016, Limited 2010 – 2016, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, Jet 2012, Overland 2012 – 2016, Blackhawk 2014 – 2016)
  • 5.7 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 259kW / 520Nm (Limited 2010 – 2015, Overland 2010 – 2015, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, S-Limited 2018 – 2021)
  • 3.0 litre, 6-cylinder turbo diesel, 177kW / 550Nm (Laredo 2011 – 2013, Limited 2011 – 2013, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, Overland 2011 – 2013, Trailhawk 2012 – 2013)
  • 6.4 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 344kW / 624Nm (SRT-8 2012 – 2013, SRT-8 Alpine 2012 – 2013, SRT-8 Vapor 2012 – 2013, SRT 2013 – 2021, SRT Night Edition 2016)
  • 3.0 litre, 6-cylinder turbo diesel, 184kW / 570Nm (Laredo 2013 – 2019, Limited 2013 – 2019, Overland 2013 – 2020, Summit 2013 – 2020, Blackhawk 2014 – 2018, 75th Anniversary 2016, Trailhawk 2016 – 2021, S-Overland 2018 – 2021, Upland 2019, Night Eagle 2019 – 2021, S-Limited 2019 – 2021)
  • 3.6 litre, 6-cylinder petrol, 213kW / 347Nm (75th Anniversary 2016, Laredo 2016 – 2019, Limited 2016 – 2020, Blackhawk 2017 – 2018, 25th Anniversary 2018, Night Eagle 2019 – 2021, 80th Anniversary 2021)
  • 6.2 litre, 8-cylinder supercharged petrol, 522kW / 868Nm (Trackhawk 2017 – 2021)

Transmission

  • 5-speed Sports Automatic (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Limited 70th Anniversary, Jet, SRT-8, Trailhawk, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor)
  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (Overland, Limited)
  • 8-speed Sports Automatic (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit, SRT, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, SRT Night Edition, Trailhawk, Trackhawk, 25th Anniversary, S-Limited, S-Overland, Night Eagle, Upland, 80th Anniversary)

Fuel Consumption

  • 6.5 – 9.3 / 100km (Laredo, Trailhawk, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, S-Limited, S-Overland, Night Eagle, Upland)
  • 8.0 – 13.5 / 100km (Limited, 25th Anniversary, 80th Anniversary)
  • 6.4 – 8.0 / 100km (Overland, Summit)
  • 7.2 – 10.3 / 100km (Limited 70th Anniversary)
  • 8.6 – 15.2 / 100km (Jet)
  • 10.1 – 20.9 / 100km (SRT-8, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor)
  • 10.1 – 20.7 / 100km (SRT, SRT Night Edition)
  • 11.7 – 25.5 / 100km (Trackhawk)

Length

  • 4822mm – 4875mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1943mm – 1954mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1749mm – 1802mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2915mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2424kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 3500kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • Not tested (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Limited 70th Anniversary, Jet, SRT-8, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor, SRT, SRT Night Edition, Trackhawk, S-Limited)
  • 4 stars (Laredo, Limited, Limited 70th Anniversary, Overland, Trailhawk)
  • 5 stars (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, Trailhawk, 25th Anniversary, S-Overland, Night Eagle, Upland)
  • 5 stars, tested 2014 (Blackhawk, Trailhawk, Overland, Summit, Night Eagle, Limited, S-Limited, S-Overland, 80th Anniversary)

Body Styles

  • 5 door Wagon

Engine Specs

  • 3.6 litre, 6-cylinder petrol, 210kW / 347Nm (Laredo 2010 – 2016, Limited 2010 – 2016, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, Jet 2012, Overland 2012 – 2016, Blackhawk 2014 – 2016)
  • 5.7 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 259kW / 520Nm (Limited 2010 – 2015, Overland 2010 – 2015, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, S-Limited 2018 – 2021)
  • 3.0 litre, 6-cylinder turbo diesel, 177kW / 550Nm (Laredo 2011 – 2013, Limited 2011 – 2013, Limited 70th Anniversary 2011, Overland 2011 – 2013, Trailhawk 2012 – 2013)
  • 6.4 litre, 8-cylinder petrol, 344kW / 624Nm (SRT-8 2012 – 2013, SRT-8 Alpine 2012 – 2013, SRT-8 Vapor 2012 – 2013, SRT 2013 – 2021, SRT Night Edition 2016)
  • 3.0 litre, 6-cylinder turbo diesel, 184kW / 570Nm (Laredo 2013 – 2019, Limited 2013 – 2019, Overland 2013 – 2020, Summit 2013 – 2020, Blackhawk 2014 – 2018, 75th Anniversary 2016, Trailhawk 2016 – 2021, S-Overland 2018 – 2021, Upland 2019, Night Eagle 2019 – 2021, S-Limited 2019 – 2021)
  • 3.6 litre, 6-cylinder petrol, 213kW / 347Nm (75th Anniversary 2016, Laredo 2016 – 2019, Limited 2016 – 2020, Blackhawk 2017 – 2018, 25th Anniversary 2018, Night Eagle 2019 – 2021, 80th Anniversary 2021)
  • 6.2 litre, 8-cylinder supercharged petrol, 522kW / 868Nm (Trackhawk 2017 – 2021)

Transmission

  • 5-speed Sports Automatic (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Limited 70th Anniversary, Jet, SRT-8, Trailhawk, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor)
  • 6-speed Sports Automatic (Overland, Limited)
  • 8-speed Sports Automatic (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit, SRT, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, SRT Night Edition, Trailhawk, Trackhawk, 25th Anniversary, S-Limited, S-Overland, Night Eagle, Upland, 80th Anniversary)

Fuel Consumption

  • 6.5 – 9.3 / 100km (Laredo, Trailhawk, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, S-Limited, S-Overland, Night Eagle, Upland)
  • 8.0 – 13.5 / 100km (Limited, 25th Anniversary, 80th Anniversary)
  • 6.4 – 8.0 / 100km (Overland, Summit)
  • 7.2 – 10.3 / 100km (Limited 70th Anniversary)
  • 8.6 – 15.2 / 100km (Jet)
  • 10.1 – 20.9 / 100km (SRT-8, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor)
  • 10.1 – 20.7 / 100km (SRT, SRT Night Edition)
  • 11.7 – 25.5 / 100km (Trackhawk)

Length

  • 4822mm – 4875mm (All Models)

Width

  • 1943mm – 1954mm (All Models)

Height

  • 1749mm – 1802mm (All Models)

Wheelbase

  • 2915mm (All Models)

Kerb Weight

  • 2424kg (All Models)

Towing

  • 3500kg (braked) (All Models)

Ancap Ratings

  • Not tested (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Limited 70th Anniversary, Jet, SRT-8, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor, SRT, SRT Night Edition, Trackhawk, S-Limited)
  • 4 stars (Laredo, Limited, Limited 70th Anniversary, Overland, Trailhawk)
  • 5 stars (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Summit, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, Trailhawk, 25th Anniversary, S-Overland, Night Eagle, Upland)
  • 5 stars, tested 2014 (Blackhawk, Trailhawk, Overland, Summit, Night Eagle, Limited, S-Limited, S-Overland, 80th Anniversary)

Warranty & servicing

Warranty

  • 3 years / 100,000 km (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Limited 70th Anniversary, Jet, SRT-8, Trailhawk, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor, Summit, SRT, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, SRT Night Edition)
  • 5 years / 100,000 km (Laredo, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, SRT, Blackhawk, Trackhawk, 25th Anniversary, S-Overland, Night Eagle, S-Limited, Upland, Summit, 80th Anniversary)
  • 0 years / 0 km (S-Limited)

Servicing

  • 12,000 km / 6 months (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Limited 70th Anniversary, Jet, SRT-8, SRT-8 Alpine, SRT-8 Vapor, SRT, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary, SRT Night Edition)
  • 10,000 km / 6 months (Laredo, Limited, Overland, Trailhawk, Summit, Blackhawk, 75th Anniversary)
  • 12,000 km / 12 months (Laredo, Limited, SRT, Blackhawk, Trackhawk, 25th Anniversary, Night Eagle, S-Limited, 80th Anniversary)
  • 20,000 km / 12 months (Laredo, Limited, Trailhawk, Overland, Blackhawk, S-Overland, Upland, Night Eagle, Summit, S-Limited)

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